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things getting hot
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I was watching news and saw you had a scare at the hospital in Sydney.A mossie with a hijab and a gun mmmm got the people a bit shaken [plastic gun] I think just maybe it was a trial run.I see throughout the world there's lots going on --- no wonder ---bilderberg 2018 has just finshed a week ago

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Re: A16 - Concept
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thanks for your input jmac always enjoy reading what others think -- i have a na A15 almost 100kw on a base map [not even finished properly] and now i've got another A15 and this is going to be a turbo motor [size of the turbo is my problem --big or small?]

Posted on: 6/4 18:06
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Re: aussie/S.afri
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DD no i was welding without a helmet so had to rest my eyes for a while --watched the vids of the two and then continued welding.The english dude [tommi robinson] has had a real uphill battle with gov and i really dont want a thankless job like that.---anyway gave me a break

Posted on: 5/2 17:38
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Dudes had to smile today -- i was supposed to fix my rusty datsun but got caught up listening to Tommy Robinson and Avi Yemeni the latter being in Australia. Avi Yemeni led the groups around [south african refugees] lol and then there was Yeah Antifa and Antifa were shouting a slogan they use in south africa ''amandla awethu'' [commie,marxist driven] It means power to the people.Soooo i see communism is creeping in all over the world and to all the melbourne lot dont be to hard on the bokkies cos i see there's a lot of hate going around and a little support for the refugees. Dont worry i'm staying HERE with my Datsuns

Posted on: 5/1 18:38
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Re: cross member bolt holes
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thanks DD ---all the bs a man must go through trying to save AND the missus is watching.They dont understand--- ''what you wanna spend all that money on that old car'' moan moan

Posted on: 4/9 17:17
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Re: cross member bolt holes
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yes thats correct D --was thinking of using a sleeve weld it in and take it down --worried the welding will weaken it. I thought about unpicking it but you still gotta weld it again. Oh almost forgot the one bolt is also bent-- mmmm just phoned schus nissan and they said ''discontinued'' DAMN the bakkie [ute] that built south africa and they discontinue it.The 1200/1400 was used all over in the industrial world --now it's kia hyundai,tata,etc that only last a year --this is why i bought a suzuki carry. Okay i'll figure something out --it's either unpick or cut small sleeve type goodies that can take the bolts and weld it in.gudgeon pin --cut off 5mm

Posted on: 4/9 9:40

Edited by nismo1 on 2018/4/9 10:21:44
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cross member bolt holes
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just looking for second opinion -- i got this cross member for the A14 /A 15 for free and after stripping i could see why it was free. The middle piece is damaged --the right side more than the left [the bolt holes are slightly ripped ---well the one and this caused stress on the other plus one bolt is bent] must have been quite a knock. Soooo can welding work or should i just chuck it ?

Posted on: 4/8 19:11
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Re: Daihatsu HD Piston, A15 flat top?
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Ay dude if you come up with something let us know.I am going turbo as well--just worried about the manifold [was watching THE FABRICATOR or turbo fabrication on youtube] that dude is quite good although i doubt the equal length but it is close.

Posted on: 4/4 18:19
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Another A15
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After a lot of thinking i've decided to go A15 again.[rotary-no to expensive,hayabusa-no cos the diff and dangers of rolling back in a spin,SR20 has the power but space is limited,ka24-lots of changes and money etc etc.I struggled to get an A15 here and then after a lot of reading i realised why they were so scarce.The new guys were using them,stock car racers,4x4 community--damn well nearly everybody [was reading about A15 on all the sites] I suppose this is why nobody has an A15 [importers] and the price is way out.When i got the first motor it was R5k- R6k and now they going for about R9k--R10k.I was not sure if it was an A15 cos the guy that has the motor did not know what to look for.Anyway took a cloth and wiped it clean and Bobs your uncle it's an A15 AND at only R5.5k --so tomorrow i'll collect it. So this what i'm thinking --Turbo --now after reading a few old posts [max hp turbo] i see some guys say 200hp and up is not possible [I got 130hp NA on base map] I'll be happy with 200--240 cos the little jeep could make between 500 and 600hp [cocolizo] i'm sure i could get 200--240. NOW if i use the 1500 head and not the GX head is it going to make a big diff, 2nd what diff will it make if i took the ex/turbo mani forward instead of down next to the shock absorber panel,3rd are the 4age t/bodies a good bet.I know power is made in the head but will appreciate any input --cams,valves,good turbo pistons,nice size turbo,ecu type etc Oops forgot A12 or A15 flywheel -- the lightest

Posted on: 3/25 10:47

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Re: Tasmania
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D spoken like a true drifter.I miss the days in the bush camping. I been watching a lot of the container home movies [cos i wonder how the youngsters are going to afford houses] and mini homes [off the grid].I also found a few mini-van homes eg. the small nissan np200 or vw caddy van.The vid i watched is an english chap in Oz living off the grid and he said '' I spend my life working to pay the bills and i have no time for myself'' This is so true although the laws are a bit of a bugger

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